This Is A Selection Of Poetry I Wrote A Few Years Ago. It's All A Bit Naive, But Some Of It's Pritty

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Random poems that I wrote a few years ago, some of them are a bit amateurish and naïve, but read on!Through the IceA frozen face of Ice,Silky hand so cold,A heart of stone,A burning core from the fires of hell.Deep blue eyes swim upon a ghost white face,Such and airy mind,Spun between Good and Evil.Hidden away divine lies,In some corner dark and lonely,Open the door and good shall be,A pathway up to heaven.Seas fly,Stones float,Love drifts,A twilight realm.The moon lives.Icy water gently laps over the soft sand beach,Blues, pinks and reds tower the endless sea,The everlasting pier stretches ...view middle of the document...

A lost soul wanders through the darkness,Afraid of the light,Creeps into the surreal.Dazed by reality, trapped by fantasy,Dreams, Nightmares,Life, Death,Barriers do yield,All to become one.Time passes,Life grows,Some up,Some out,But all is one,United through love.Blurred and vivid the outline is,The memories of blood and darkness,A baby screams, with no one to love and care,A child lies peaceful in rest,Upon a bed of stone forever more.Whirls of blood drift across the flesh so soft,The cries fullen as she falls,Falling through a soft bed of leaves,Into the bottomless pit of unconsciousness,The pain dullens, as time exists no more.A shooting star falls from the sky,Living as memory and spirit,Not as flesh and blood,A candle is lit and burns through the darkness,Forever strong, spreading its light.Blue Waters,Crashing Horses,Timeless Depth,Swirling current,Deep waves,Drifting Mind.Birds chirp to the resting wind,Sleep for thy eyes upon a resting cloud,The sun now sleeps partner to the moon,Never shall thy die but watch upon us.The sea is the sky,Love is my eyes,The clouds of mist collide,Merging, new life, death,Love, Mystery.Where is this place we yearn to go?A life, a light, a heaven.For is it what we dream we are?For now, to become, have been.Is life for death, or a road to become?For journeys far and near.Is love a fuel, necessity or sprit?Of what we are to be.

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